Kingdom Investment and Apostolic Travel

A couple of months back I was having a conversation on twitter with ApostleFarm about how apostles travel great distances to invest in the next generation of Kingdom leaders.  Having seen some of that in Africa, I shared a little bit about the experience, but intended to write a blog post to share more in detail. After thinking about the topic some I decided that a video blog might be a better venue for sharing what I’ve learned.

So with no further ado, here is my video blog about apostolic travel for Kingdom advancement.  Make sure to stick around for the last couple of minutes where I discuss what I believe is one secret that I think gets missed by most western apostolic workers.

Thanks for watching the video blog. Have you ever seen apostolic travel in action either here or abroad? What can you learn from the examples you’ve seen? Let me know in the comment section.

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

5 responses to “Kingdom Investment and Apostolic Travel”

  1. David Washburn says :

    I totally agree with you about prayer. I think it is key to ministry. These men who walked long distance prayed during their journey. I think every Christian, no matter what spiritual office they hold, needs to do the same thing. Pray. Pray. Pray.

  2. bryanh0911 says :

    Writing takes more time because of the editing process. The advantage of video is that is takes less time to make if you interview well. This may be the way to communicate longer blogging issues. I find most people’s stop paying attention after a couple of paragraphs. Which is is why I write in small chunks. Also easier to edit that way.

  3. Josh Christophersen says :

    Good stuff, Travis. Great reminder about prayer as well. Thank you.

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